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Greenville District and Curriculum
The curriculum in Greenville County School District joins national and state standards while providing opportunities for creative academic engagement. The rigorous curriculum is aligned with expectations for incoming college students as well as those entering the workforce, and it prepares students to participate in a global economy.
We currently cover the following Greenville-area school district: Greenville County School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Greenville District Curriculum
Mathematics standards are founded on an evidence-based progression through whole numbers, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions and decimals. The secondary school standards apply these concepts and more complex algebraic and geometric concepts to real-world problems. Students are expected to develop the ability to think and reason using mathematical skills.
Critical content for English Language Arts curriculum includes Shakespeare, American literature, stories and myths from around the world, and founding US documents. Students build vocabulary and learn to use conventions appropriately. They work with language through reading, writing, speaking, and listening, and are required to demonstrate analytic and critical thinking skills as their comprehension improves. By Grade 12, students are expected to be able to evaluate information and sources, to engage deeply with complex texts, and to express themselves efficiently and effectively with words.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Greenville Educational News
- Greenville County School Fundraising Takes a New Healthy Approach - The recent Culinary Creations initiative showed Greenville schools that students welcomed healthy choices. Now this ethos infuses rewards, events, and fundraising.
- Nine Greenville Schools Have National Merit Scholarship Finalists - The National Merit Scholarship is one of the most prestigious academic awards in the nation. Forty-one Greenville students have been selected among the finalists which is an impressive achievement for a single district.
- Greenville School District Looks at Health Beyond P.E. - The district’s new coordinated school health system seeks to create new opportunities for physical activity, and incorporates physical education, health education, the school environment, nutritional services, and family and community.
Greenville Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed
SchoolTutoring Academy works with young learners and students, all the way up through high school. We offer Pre-K and Kindergarten Tutoring as well as Elementary School Tutoring to build a strong learning foundation early on. We also offer comprehensive tutoring across all school subjects.
Chalk Talk: Your Child’s First Dance
Many children look forward to their first dance, which usually occurs in middle school. Boys and girls alike get excited and nervous in anticipation of this social event. Far from the prom, middle school dances can be short and simple. In some schools, a student may ask another student to be a date, but most middle-school students go in groups. The dances are often held in a cafeteria or gym and are held in the late afternoon or early evening. Most dances have a theme, and some require students to buy tickets.
Keep track of the school calendar so that you know when dances are approaching, and ask your child if he or she plans to go. If there is a theme or a dress code, make sure that your child has something appropriate to wear. Your child will need money for a ticket, and he or she may need extra money for refreshments, pictures or souvenirs. Make sure your child has a ride to and from the dance with a responsible adult, and set up a place and time for a pick-up. Empower your child by letting him or her know that you know that they are ready for this.